Action camera pioneer CONTOUR introduces another innovative, easy-to-use and durable action camera built specifically for year-round adventurers. Back with a bang, the Contour Roam3 brings with it some serious competition to the action camera market. Featuring 1080p HD video with capture rates at 30 FPS, playback is crisp and smooth. Weighing in at a low 145g, it’s easy to attach to one of the many compatible mounts and forget you even have it on. Perhaps the most impressive feature of the Roam3: forget waterproof housing. Get down 30ft without a case and shoot your underwater exploits. Lights, camera, now go make some action.
“An action camera should look great while users are wearing it and be simple to operate. The last thing people want to worry about while they are skiing or surfing is if their camera is filming properly,” said James Clarke, CEO of CONTOUR. “With the ROAM3, all you have to do is move the slider forward and you are instantly recording. If you want to take beautiful pictures, just press the status button to switch to photo mode. Just like every CONTOUR, the ROAM3 is incredibly easy to use. The ROAM3 builds on the great history of CONTOUR and gives a glimpse into our future. We couldn’t be more excited.’
The ROAM3 comes complete with a fully charged lithium-ion battery, rotating flat surface mount, profile mount, USB 2.0 cable, camera sleeve., lens cap and an 8-gigabyte memory card.
- Instant photo mode can be set for single frame or multiple burst shots
- CONTOUR’s flush rail mounts allow for secure and dependable attachment
- Built-in universal camera mount (¼”-20) makes it compatible with all standard mounts and tripods
- Instant-on video record switch
- Waterproof up to 30 feet without a case
- Rugged impact resistant aluminum casing
- Records video at 1080@30 frames per second or 720@60 frames per second
- 270-degree rotating lens
- The best video and sound quality of any CONTOUR to date
- Built-in laser level ensures the perfect angle every time
- Locking switch keeps the camera from turning on or off accidentally